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Daily News on Vape Industry November 29th, 2023

  1. In October 2023, China exported e-cigarettes to Russian to approximately US$28.98 million, a decrease of 12.98% from the previous month and a decrease of 30.57% from the same period last year; the export volume was approximately 618 tons, a decrease of 12.88% from the previous month and a decrease of 13.22% from the same period last year; the export unit price was US$46.90/ Kilograms, a month-on-month decrease of 0.11% and a year-on-year decrease of 20.00%.


  1. The Australian Ministry of Health announced that disposable vapeswill be banned from entering Australia starting from January 2024.


  1. Among the top 500 manufacturing companies in Guangdong Province in 2023, 7 companies involved in e-cigarette production are selected, namely Changying Precision, Flextronics, Maxwell, Yinghe Technology, Jinjia Group, ICCPP, and Heyuan Technology.


  1. The two-day World Tobacco Show Middle East (WT MiddleEast) opened in Dubai. The exhibition brought together more than 250 exhibitors from tobacco companies, heat-not-burn product companies, vapecompanies, and snus companies.


  1. The New Zealand coalition government will reform regulations on vapesand other alternatives, including banning disposable vapesand implementing tougher penalties for those who sell vapes to underage customers.


  1. The Turkish Ministry of Commerce seized 275,520pcs vapes, which is the largest number of vapesseized in the country’s history.


  1. Philip Morris International announced the appointment of Travis Parman as vice president of the United States and director of communications for the United States.


  1. The South African government’s plan to reform the tobacco market has caused controversy. The new bill will ban smoking in public places, restrict tobacco packaging, and regulate vapes.